Drive more traffic to your website with gorgeous Pinterest pins
It’s no secret that Pinterest is the #1, fastest traffic driver for most websites in 2019.
Out of all the social media platforms, time and again it’s proven itself to help brand new and established websites gain traction and drive traffic.
Pinterest takes work. And work takes time —>Your most precious commodity.
In order to get impressions, shares, and most importantly, clicks, you need to create pins. Lots of them.
Not just one pin for a blog post or page, but multiple pins for each page on your website.
You need gorgeous pins that stand out on Pinterest. And you need a lot of them.
Here’s why this is so key to better Pinterest results:
1. Pinterest is built on content. The platform serves up content for people who are on there searching for ideas and inspiration.
Without content, Pinterest is nothing. So it prioritizes fresh, new content.
Create lots of new content, and Pinterest rewards you by sharing it.
It wants prolific content creators (people who create new pins) because that’s what satisfies Pinterest users: new, fresh content. And Pinterest is all about satisfying their users, giving then content so they’ll keep coming back.
2..Different people are attracted to different graphics. You may think something looks great, but it still may not be received well. The best strategy is always to create multiple pins, test, and tweak to see which are doing the best.
I can hear you now: this all sounds great, but I can barely keep up with my website, let alone find time to create multiple pins for blog posts and pages. Plus, it’s even more of a struggle to make my pins look good.
Design is not everyone’s strong suit. It’s okay to admit that and stop wasting time on tasks that you don’t enjoy doing and that someone else can do even better.
And even if design is easy for you, time is money. And the more time you spend creating pins, the less time you’re actually working your business or creating blog posts and products for your blog or living (ie getting out there in the real world).
I’ve got you.
(EXAMPLES OF PINS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE)
Here’s how I can help:
These are vertical pins (the 2:3 ratio that Pinterest prefers), with a video embedded into the pin.
Please contact me directly regarding video pin requests, and I’ll put together a package based on what you need individually.
(EXAMPLES OF PINS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE)
When I purchase a package, how long will it take to get my pins?
Once you purchase a package, you’ll immediately receive an email from me requesting links to your website and blog posts/pages which you’d like pins for.
You’ll also schedule your 15-minute call with me. Yes, this is part of the package, where I’ll ask a few questions about your current Pinterest strategy and branding preferences.
After the call, and once you’ve sent me everything I need, your pins will be emailed to you within 7 business days.
Who is this service for?
Smart people who would like to save time.
This package does not include Pinterest management or advice, it is just Pinterest images. So this package assumes that you already have (or are signing up for) a Pinterest account.
I will not be choosing which blog posts/products/pages you want pins made for. You will tell me which blog pages you want pins made for, then I’ll make them.
Will you revise pins multiple times?
I haven’t had any requests for revisions yet. But, if you really want to tweak something I’ve created, I will revise 2 pins from the Pro package and 3 from the Pro Plus package. I do minimal revisions because the price point is so fair, that once I start adding in revisions, the work becomes unmanageable. If you’re an understanding person, you’ll understand this.
Hint: I like working with understanding people. If you’re a difficult person (you know who you are), this service is not for you. No hard feelings. I wish you all the best.
What images will you use for my pins?
You will need to choose images from DepositPhotos (No worries. I’ll pay for them at no additional charge) or you can send me images you already have.
You can also choose images from free stock photo sites if you’d like.
Will I be able to edit the pins in the future?
It depends on the package you purchase. If you purchase the Plus package, it comes with 5 fully editable (in Canva) pins, along with an explainer video walking you through how to edit your pins for future pin creation.
Can you make fewer pins for me than any of the packages?
Unfortunately, I only stick to the package deals to make this worth my time.
Please email me if you have any questions:
alicia(at)journalette.com or complete the contact form here
A FEW EXAMPLES OF MY PINS:
Get 10 JPG Image Pins for $50
Get 15 Pins (including 5 templates you can tweak for future pins) for $75
Even if you don’t purchase a package today, start creating new pins for all of your posts and watch your traffic increase. Every one of my clients and business blogger friends all agrees that since we started creating more pins for each page and post, our Pinterest traffic has increased. Use Canva to create templates to make it a bit quicker for you. Have fun pinning!